KATHRYN MODERATING IN BERLIN AT EUROPEAN BIOPLASTICS
Kathryn Sheridan will be moderating at the upcoming 8th European
Bioplastics Conference in Berlin on
Bioplastics is the largest international industry event in Europe and showcases
innovations in material and application development.
Kathryn will be moderating the End of Life,
Material Trends & Innovation and Bioplastics in the Automotive Industry sessions
with leading industry speakers from companies Reverdia, Avantium, Metabolix,
Renault, DSM, BioAmber and others.
Bioplastics have important implications for sustainability. Bioplastics are either bio-based (derived
in part or entirely from plant material), biodegradable, or both. As regenerated plant material is used
for their production, the carbon footprint associated with bioplastics is lower
than that of conventional plastics.
The bioplastics industry is expanding rapidly and already plays a key
role in many industries including packaging, agriculture and automotives.
would like to meet at the conference or in Berlin, drop Kathryn an email at email@example.com or
tweet her @kathrynsheridan.
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